The Connecticut commercial lease agreement forges a solidified accord between lessor and lessee to rent a particular real estate space for specified business use. Included in the terms and conditions of the paperwork is an indication as to what lease type is to be entered into, whether it be gross, gross modified, or triple net. Other provisions recorded in the documentation refer to identifying the participating individuals and/or business entities, the term of the lease, base rent, escalations, liabilities, and proposed responsibilities of those involved. The arrangement is arbitrated and then finalized when both parties endorse and date the document. It is recommended that a notary is present to officiate and witness the signatures being affixed to the contract. Having a professional to further verify the record’s authenticity as well as the capacity of the tenant and landlord at the time of signing is essential for documentation.